The Discharge Is Turbid, Thick, And Brown From The Vagina After Menstruation?
Good night, I want my control to be controlled by doctor on the 10th day of menstruation, through ultrasound transfaginal, my egg is ripe that I want to know until the 13th day even though it still appears turbid liquid and sometimes thicker and pale brown in color, whether it is abnormal vaginal discharge ? r nTrimakasi
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The discharge of turbid, thick, and brown colored from the vagina can occur due to several reasons:
Remaining menstrual blood Abnormal vaginal discharge can occur due to infection or irritation of the sex organs Other causes, for example: Spots of pregnancy, can occur if you have had sex since your last menstruation Malignancy in the reproductive organs, such as cervical cancer, uterine cancer, vaginal fistula (abnormal channels that connect the vagina to other organs), etc. The question now is whether the liquid gives off an unpleasant odor? Do you feel itching or tenderness around your genitals? Previously, was your menstrual cycle always regular? Are there other complaints that you experience, such as urination disorders, fertility problems, stomach lumps, fever, and so on?
Clinically, it seems difficult to distinguish the various possibilities above. However, if none of the other complaints mentioned above have been experienced by you, chances are your condition is not dangerous and is only part of menstruation that has not been completed. Indeed, normal menstrual duration does not exceed 8 days. However, due to many factors, for example psychological stress, fatigue, taking certain drugs, or also using certain birth control, menstruation can also last longer. It could also, prolonged menstruation indicates a disease, such as endometriosis, pelvic inflammation, and so on.
It is better to ascertain the cause of your complaint, check yourself directly to the doctor or obstetrician, right? If deemed necessary, the doctor can take a sample of secretions that come out of your vagina to be examined further in the laboratory. That way, the right treatment can be given.
Here are the first steps you should take:
Clean your genitals properly, both when bathing, when you have finished urinating, and when you have sex. Use good quality water. No need to use soap or vaginal deodorizer. Not having sex that is risky Limit first stress and tiring physical activity Routine exercise Eating nutritious foods and rich in antioxidants Hope it helps ..